Professor Patton is working to create an algorithm using social media to help prevent violence in Chicago. CLICK HERE TO READ ARTICLE ON NPR.
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The Moral Imperative of Fighting Cognitive Bias in Development by Dr. Andre Correa d’Almeida CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE HUFFINGTON POST.
Sholpan Primbetova, MSSW, Deputy Regional Director, Columbia University Global Health Research Center of Central Asia, was classified as one of the most outstanding Kazakhstan alumni graduated from a university in the United States. She was also selected as a potential candidate […]
Firearm-related violence is up in major American cities in 2016. While we may not be facing the apocalypse Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump depicted at his convention last month—violent crime rates in cities are far below what they were a […]
Dr. Louisa Gilbert, a Co-Director of SIG and Associate Professor of CSSW, will present a webinar on recent research findings on WINGS (Women Initiating New Goals of Safety) on Wednesday, June 22nd, from 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm. WINGS is […]
In discussing Chicago’s Murder Problem, Dr. Patton talks about gang wars and how they drive much of the violence in Chicago. “Young people are making a lot of indirect threats toward cliques and rival gangs that are being interpreted as being threatening,” […]
The HIV/AIDS Prevention Research Synthesis (PRS) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has identified the WORTH intervention as meeting the PRS criteria for best evidence of efficacy. WORTH will be added to the CDC’s High Impact HIV […]
Dr. Louisa Gilbert recently published a paper in the American Journal of Public Health titled: Efficacy of a Computerized Intervention on HIV and Intimate Partner Violence Among Substance-Using Women in Community Corrections: A Randomized Controlled Trial Louisa Gilbert, Dawn Goddard-Eckrich, […]